25 years after the war of Minis Tirith, Gondor was renamed Gushington and Regirn, son of Aragorn, took his father's place at the throne of Gondor. Since the war with Sauron's forces, there hasn't been much war in the country, but 2 years after the crowning of Regirn, the city of Tareah became angry with Gushington over whose land the other half of the country should be and build up an army to attack Minis Tirith.
Tareah was a great threat to Gushington since they control most of the resources of the country. Since Tareah's armies were almost double that of Gushington, King Regirn lit the beacans and called aid from the dwarves and the elves. The dwarves and elves agreed to help the king and built up along the front of the Minis Tirith castle to await the armada of Tareah.
Loud, echoeing hollers could be heard from over the hill as the thousands of horseman and soldiers packed along the plains. Gushington pulled out their weapons as they shivered in fright. King Regirn called to his men "for Gondor!"
Eventually, after long days of fierce battling, gondor's numbers were thining and Tareah's numbers still were large. King Regirn didn't know what to do but to retreat before every soldier was killed. Unlike his father, King Regirn tried to accept defeat, but the king of Tareah wouldn't let it happen so he forced King Regirn to retreat back into the plains of Hurthen, losing Minis Tirith.
The dwarven and elven armies were forced to retreat from the war near the end of the fight because they foresaw what was coming. Gushington however, did not survive after the war ended because the Tareahian's slaughtered them after they built back their armada.
The Teraehian's stayed in control of Gushington for over 5 decades until a civil war again struck them and they died out. King Regirn died in the battle of Huntingston after he hid in the city of Yourston with the 27 Gushington soldiers that were still alive from the war. Eventually, 18 years after the battle of Huntington, Gushington was forgotten and never heard of again.